You may have noticed the upcoming version of NetBeans 7.3.1 (including GlassFish 4.0) will be available soon. But, do you prefer to take a look further on into the future of this IDE?
Today the start of the NetBeans Community Acceptance Testing program (NetCAT)  of next version (7.4) has been announced. If you like, get involved into that program. Develop on the bleeding edge and report your experience (bugs, enhancement suggestions, …) directly to the NetBeans team.
Do you want to know some features this version is going to offer? Read .
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Remember my articles about NetBeans support for upcoming Java EE 7? There is no need to install NetBeans and GlassFish 4 separately. Simply goto the NetBeans download page and choose develoment. The lastest build now is bundled with GlassFish 4. Great!
By now, GlassFish 4 is still not bundled to NetBeans daily builds. You have to install it separate as I described in an former article .
Do you want to know about the upcoming Java EE 7 support? A bunch of tasks and features is decribed in the the NetBeans wiki .
The JSF 2.2 Proposal Final Draft was posted by the expert group spec leader Ed Burns today. Read his blog about this issue . The draft is available at the JCP JSR 344 page .
JSF 2.2 is included in GlassFish4. I’m still waiting for this GF4 being bundled with NetBeans daily builds. Continue reading
Just today I got this response to my NetBeans 7.3 contribution. Contribute to next version too!
Thanks for your contribution to the NetBeans 7.3
Dear NetBeans User,
In the past you have taken the time to report issues that you encountered while using NetBeans software. A new version (NetBeans 7.3) has just been released,and we’d like to inform you that the following issue(s) you reported have been addressed in the new release: Continue reading